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Alice Copple-Tosiç

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Alice Copple-Tosiç

Alice Copple-Tosić (1948) was born and raised in San Jose, California, and moved to Belgrade, Serbia (former Yugoslavia) in 1975. She has a master's in French and has been translating from Serbo-Croatian into English since 1978. She taught English language and translation for fifteen years at the University of Belgrade and is currently a translation reviser at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in The Hague, Netherlands.

Articles by Alice Copple-Tosiç

The Cover
By Dejana Dimitrijević
I’m starting this diary so the days won’t pass without my knowing what I did.I live in the suburbs. I knit, embroider, and crochet. I sell everything I make at the nearby farmers’ market.…
Translated from Serbian by Alice Copple-Tosiç
The Island
By Violeta Ivković
Tonight is the third Christmas. I started counting them two summers and eleven months ago when I came to the island. The previous thousands weighed me down. I’d be able to win out over the numbers—at…
Translated from Serbian by Alice Copple-Tosiç
Sentimental Education
By Zoran Živkoviç
I went out the back door of the sanatorium. Before me stretched a flat lawn bordered by a tall hedge. The early autumn sun had turned the tops of the linden trees more golden than green. Dressed in identical…
Translated from Serbian by Alice Copple-Tosiç
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